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Gabriel James Byrne (born ) is an Irish actor, film director, film producer, writer, cultural ambassador and audiobook narrator.
It does not seem like he is much into social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram and does not like to upload his pictures in those sites. He married Ellen Barkin in the year 1988 but unfortunately their relationship went through the process of divorce in the year 1999. He married Hannah Beth King after dating for sometime in the year 2014.
He has been listed by People as one of the "Sexiest Men Alive".
He received the Honorary Patronage of the University Philosophical Society, of Trinity College, Dublin on 20 February 2007.
In November 2007, he was awarded an honorary degree by the National University of Ireland, Galway; the president of the University, Dr Iognáid Ó Muircheartaigh, said that this award is in recognition of the actor's "outstanding contribution to Irish and international film".
His first play for television was Michael Feeney Callan's Love Is ... He made his film debut in 1981, as King Uther Pendragon in John Boorman's King Arthur epic, Excalibur.
In 1985, Byrne starred in the acclaimed political thriller Defence of the Realm, though he subsequently claimed he had been upstaged by his co-star, veteran actor Denholm Elliott: "I amended the actor's cliché to 'Never work with children, animals or Denholm Elliott'." Upon his return to theatre in 2008, he appeared as King Arthur in Camelot with the New York Philharmonic from 7 to 10 May, following the footsteps of veteran actors Richard Burton and Richard Harris.
Byrne was born in Walkinstown, Dublin, the eldest of six children raised by devoutly Roman Catholic parents -- a cooper and soldier, Dan, and a hospital nurse, Eileen (née Gannon) from Elphin, County Roscommon. He maintained his love of his language, later writing the first television drama in Irish, Draíocht, on Ireland's national Irish-language television station, TG4, when it began broadcasting in 1996.